to the table to say, let's solve the problem, ball in the citizens of detroit deserve better services. public safety, lying. the list goes on. this is a situation where detroit has many good things going, and that's something i just want to emphasize to you. we're talk about the city government. but occupancy is 95% in downtown, mid-town detroit. employers are bringing jobs back into detroit. there's exciting things that, if we resolve this, detroit has a bright future. >> neil: in the meantime, you have been worried about what is happening not only in detroit but the state, healthcare coming, a lot of democrats saying on this, the third anniversary of the healthcare law, that they're not running away from it. they're embracing it and, in the mid-term elections they're going to keep pushing and it go after republican governors who have been opposing and it resisting it, because this is the law, this is the way. americans like it, and you've got to get on the wagon. >> well, what i say is, i believe i need to comply with the laws as an elected official.